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Why Playing Superman Proves Dangerous in Hollywood

26 March 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Hugh Jackman hasn’t suffered for flashing his claws from time to time. Nor has Christian Bale or George Clooney been permanently scarred by time spent under Batman’s cowl.

Superman, however, remains possibly unique in the pantheon of cinematic heroes, and the damage — real or imagined — associated with playing that strange visitor from another planet appears, at the very least, to have cast a longer-than-usual shadow over those who have dared to fly a mile in his cape and tights.

Due to the suicide (unless proven otherwise) of George Reeves, who played the character on television; and the tragic accident that paralyzed Christopher Reeve, one of his alter egos in film, there has even been talk through the years of a “Superman curse.”

Analyzing the challenges of being Superman, however — and toting the massive baggage he carries on his back — doesn’t require any superstitious mumbo-jumbo. The factors would »

- Brian Lowry

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Why Playing Superman Proves Dangerous in Hollywood

26 March 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Hugh Jackman hasn’t suffered for flashing his claws from time to time. Nor has Christian Bale or George Clooney been permanently scarred by time spent under Batman’s cowl.

Superman, however, remains possibly unique in the pantheon of cinematic heroes, and the damage — real or imagined — associated with playing that strange visitor from another planet appears, at the very least, to have cast a longer-than-usual shadow over those who have dared to fly a mile in his cape and tights.

Due to the suicide (unless proven otherwise) of George Reeves, who played the character on television; and the tragic accident that paralyzed Christopher Reeve, one of his alter egos in film, there has even been talk through the years of a “Superman curse.”

Analyzing the challenges of being Superman, however — and toting the massive baggage he carries on his back — doesn’t require any superstitious mumbo-jumbo. The factors would »

- Brian Lowry

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Saturday Shorts: ‘Big Breaks’, co-written and directed by David Krumholtz

11 January 2014 11:03 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Today’s film is the 2009 short Big Breaks. The film stars Vanessa Britting and Amanda Young alongside Elizabeth Banks, Martin Starr, Jane Lynch, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Lucy Punch. Young and Britting also co-wrote the short with David Krumholtz, who also directs. Krumholtz has been seen in a number of roles over the years, from tv shows such as Numb3rs, Partners, and The Playboy Club to movies such as Serenity, Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, and The Santa Clause.

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- Deepayan Sengupta

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Brandon Routh Gets Enlisted: Exclusive Details

7 January 2014 1:59 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

No less than Superman may bust up a nascent romance on the new Fox comedy Enlisted (premiering Friday at 9:30/8:30c).

Related | An Enlisted Education: 6 Things to Know about Fox’s New Army Comedy

Sources confirm for TVLine that Brandon Routh is set to appear in at least two episodes on the military-themed comedy as Sgt. Brandon Stone, a soldier who until very recently was serving overseas and now will serve as an adversary for Private Practice alum Chris Lowell’s character, Corporal Derrick Hill — having once been wed to his love interest (played by Jessy Hodges of the »

- Matt Webb Mitovich

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